ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsDanish girls have won the Golden League tournament on home soil. The girls led by the head-coach Jan Pytlick beat the biggest rival – Norway 26:22 in the decisive match of Round 3 and won the first position in front of Scandinavian girls, France and Brazil (they played 26:26).Denmark: Louise Burgaard 4, Lotte Grigel 4, Ann Grete Nørgaard 3, Stine Jørgensen 2, Marianne Bonde 2, Maibritt Kviesgaard 2, Susan Thorsgaard 2, Maria Fisker 2, Trine Østergaard 1, Anne Cecilie De La Cour 1, Kristina Kristiansen 1, Mette Tranborg 1, Anne Mette Hansen 1Norway: Maren Gundersen 4, Camilla Herrem 4, Veronica Kristiansen 4, Nora Mørk 3, Stine Oftedal 2, Linn Sulland 2, Linn Kristin Riegelhuth 1, Ida Alstad 1 og Sanne Solberg 1STANDING:Denmark 4Norway 4France 3Brazil 1 Spain, France and Sweden join Denmark in semi-final! Recommended for you Related Items:Denmark, golden league, Jan Pytlick ShareTweetShareShareEmail NORDIC FINAL! Denmark beat Spain in thriller! Click to comment DENMARK new-old World Champions! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Dalby Swale has helft Alicat Workboats in Great Yarmouth and is now heading for Lowestoft, where she will begin her first job on the Greater Gabbard Wind Farm. Dalby Swale, the new 23m vessel built by Alicat, was delivered to Dalby Offshore at the Seawork Exhibition last month.Click to enlargeThe 500MW wind farm is located 23 kilometres off the coast of Suffolk in England capable of producing enough renewable energy to supply around 530,000 homes each year.Press release, July 07, 2014; Image: Dalby Offshore